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  Current    Liberally Stephanie Miller    News/Business.   
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    July 11, 2013
    6:00 - 9:01am PDT  

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>> good morning, current tv fans. well stephanie had a bit of a gastrointestinal distress, so she had to zoom out of the room to the restroom, but jacki is here. i'm chris lavoie. >> a little lonely, chris? >> jim's not here. i'm here. and later on we're going to talk
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to karl frisch and comedian judy gold is going to be in the studio with us. >> good morning coming up. >> stephanie: i think so. >> what was given all the extraneous stuff happening, of course. >> tell me about it. let's go to the current news center with jacki schechner and maybe stephanie will be back. >> jurors in the george zimmerman murder trial will hear closing arguments this afternoon. prosecutors get two hours toly out their final argument, then the defense will have three hours tomorrow. and then back to the state for rebuttal. they expect the deliberation will be starting their deliberation tomorrow as well. judge nelson will determine if those jurors can consider more than second-degree. they're going to have the option of convicts on aggravateed
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assault instead of just second-degree murder. second-degree murder could bring a life sentence. and defense said that self defense is self defense and he didn't commit a crime. the option of electing lesser charges seems to assume the state may not have proven its case. the republicans have no desire to take up comprehensive immigration reform. if at all it's going to be piecemeal at best. here is michele bachmann who can't seem to get over the fence. >> the only thing we're bringing now is to build a fence. the americans are saying we already saw a fence paid for in '07. why is it that we don't have a
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fence? where is the fence? build the fence. >> yes, that's what people are saying. we're back after the break. if you believe in state's rights but still support the drug war you must be high. >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> do you think there is any chance we'll ever hear the president even say the word "carbon tax"? >> with an opened mind... >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> ...and a distinctly satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned great leadership so i want to talk >> (laughter) >> cutting throught the clutter of today's top stories. >> this is the savior of the republican party? i mean really? >> ... with a unique perspective. >> teddy rosevelt was a weak asmatic kid who never played sports until he was a grown up. >> (laughter) >> ... and lots of fancy buzz words. >> family values, speding, liberty, economic freedom, hard-working moms, crushing debt, cute little puppies. if wayne lapierre can make up stuff that sounds logical while making no sense... hey, so can i. once again friends, this is live tv and sometimes these things
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happen. >> watch the show. >> only on current tv.
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>> did anyone tell the pilgrims they should self-deport? >> no, they said "make us a turkey and make it fast". >> (laughter). >> she gets the comedians laughing. >> that's the best! >> that's hilarious. >> ... and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there is wiggle room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> ya, i consider you jew-talian. >> okay, whatever you want. >> who plays kafka? >> who saw kafka? >> who ever saw kafka? >> (laughter). >> asking the tough questions. >> chris brown, i mean you wouldn't let one of your daughters go out with him. >> absolutely not. >> you would rather deal with ahmadinejad then me? >> absolutely! >> (singing) >> i take lipitor, thats it. >> are you improving your lips? >> (laughter). >> when she's talking, you never know where the conversation is going to go. >> it looks like anthony wiener is throwing his hat in the ring. >> his what in the ring? >> his hat. >> always outspoken, joy behar.
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>> and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? >> only on current tv. [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> alrighty, "the stephanie miller show." if i crash the show, do not evacuate. everyone stay in your seat. >> can you believe that? >> oh, my god! and i'm such a catholic girl. i would have followed orders. burning flames, crash i'll just sit here.
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>> dangling from your seat by your seat belt. okay i'll stay right here. >> stephanie: let's have a picnic. what the what the 1-800-steph-12 the toll-free from anywhere. we've got our good buddy right out of the box. >> karl. >> karl frisch. good morning, karl frisch. >> good morning, stephanie. i come to you live from juneau, alaska, where we're waiting for the campaign announcement of sarah palin the less than former alaskan governor. >> i'm here in alaska. i'm waiting for sarah palin. i could be here awhile. >> no you aren't. you think maybe she's just saying oh, relevant?
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>> here's the friggin' comical thing that just ticks me off. last week we were reporting news that she had signed a contract with fox news. and does the media really think after she's let back in the big money that fox news is that she's going to turn around and run for the senate and not win a primary? >> stephanie: come on, people. she can't think of any other way of saying, look at me, look at me i'm really haven't. >> they fall for it, and then they punish them for it. she only does interviews with fox news. if someone would only do interviews with one network, you would think that the media would wake up and say we'll talk about it when you want to talk to us about it. >> stephanie: and another journalistic hotbed she continued her assault in the
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english language. she said, i have considered it because people have requested i considered it. >> it got worse. >> i'm still waiting for the line up to be, i'm hoping of new blood new energy not the same 'ol politicians from the politician families. well what are you? >> i don't know it if if she needs new blood or new new blood or double negative because she's been gone so long. >> stephanie: also missing some prepositions that have gone missing. >> you know, the english language is just liberally
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biased as are numbers, all right, neighbors. >> stephanie: she thinks there are not enough words in a sentence and she needs to jam a few more in. >> she's quite good at it. >> stephanie: speaking of girl politicians there is no "ism"," ageism because 30 years of sexism directed her way worked so well for them. >> this is where democrats, we don't get it. we look at republicans and we're like, are you serious people? ronald reagan, john mccain ronald reagan, ronald reagan when we talk about the age thing republicans are trying to pull on hillary clinton because we're shocked they would have the temerity to bring up the age question. bob dole who was just shy of the crypt keeper who ran for the presidency. nonowhere is is it where for the
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better of 30 years there was a bush or dole on it, and for 35 years people had to run and lose before they would get the nomination. >> stephanie: i feel bad that she doesn't have the numbers. >> there are two or three generations in this where hillary was there. they've seen her attacked with everything and the kitchen sink. sexism, why didn't you change your name, your hair. i remember when i was a young republican in the 90s that there were videos that talked about hillary's hair. it was like a slide show of the hundreds of different kinds of
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haircuts. of course they didn't do the same thing to bill clinton. and women remember this. they remember the attacks that she had to handle as first lady, the first of any kind that i'm aware of. maybe eleanor roosevelt but certainly of a different age but they've seen her thrive and push through that stuff. for a lot of young women hillary clinton, this is a woman that we've matured with. >> stephanie: well exactly. speaking of lack of journalism have you commented at all on broccoli gate. president obama tells kids his favorite fruit is broccoli. he must have been attacking george wh bush who hateed broccoli. i hate to tell people that i
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love broccoli. >> stephanie: me too. >> i think the people who hate is were kids whose mothers boiled it. if you steam it, it's really good. >> stephanie: president obama made an annual visit to healthy lunch hosted by first lady michelle obama. and he asked what his favorite food was his answer, broccoli. >> the idea that michelle obama would force children to come to the white house and eat with the president. the next thing you're going to tell me is that they had cameras there. >> stephanie: no surprisingly twitter erupted in mock scorn. broccoli cass soon trending full on, broccoli gate began to boil. >> what do they want him to say and take chris christie and take the favorite vegetable is pizza?
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>> stephanie: let's see, there was a mash up of obama and they had broccoli. >> that's not skirting the line of racism. >> stephanie: his favorite food is broccoli and in 2008 he complained about the previous arugula at whole foods. >> yes he likes those weird erotic vegetables that is grown in the south southern america. the president could ice skate and then the wing would say he was trying to walk on water and be like jesus. this whole food nazis they don't want salt in your food. they don't want you to get salt,
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they want you to eat vegetables, all that stuff is the craziest bunch of b.s. it's not just crazy. it's like harmful to our kids. our kids are you know, if the right wing was really smart he they'd embrace it because we all know their best-case scenario for this country is bunch of able-body people to work in factories again. >> stephanie: i don't know if you follow lol on twitter. he said breaking venezuela's violence with broccoli. this broccoli discussion is more proof that you can fire half of the press corp in america and the media would be find. >> everybody on the right who thinks this is a problem or who ever has ever criticized the first lady or president about
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the food policy in this country i hope they have a scare of coronary heart disease to bring them to reality. >> stephanie: and it will get and darker. earlier michelle obama said that the first family is a broccoli in the household. there is never quite the harmony over the vegetables but broccoli is the unifier in our household. >> if the first lady, if they are advisers were smart they were hold a press conference about some other subject and then pick up broccoli like sarah palin did the drink. >> stephanie: this would be a chance for rush limbaugh. >> well, he likes it covered in
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cheese whiz. even i know that color does not come from nature. it's like something invented in the 50s. it's like black and white tv. maybe if we make it horrible color it will come through on tv. n.a.s.a. they even have this cheese grossness in space. >> if it doesn't come from a box, it's not food. >> stephanie: karl frisch, thank you. >> thank you. >> stephanie: we have more on asiana airline. we have more on stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ humming ] >> stephanie: this is "the stephanie miller show," welcome to it. it's 22 minutes after the hour. judy gold in hour number three and what a comedy tweet. >> she's going to tweet. >> stephanie: about with what a comedy tweet she is. carbonite. car beencarbonite back up has saved 22 billion files, that's right that could have been lost.
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i'll take this opportunity to apologize to mr. lavoie. must i leave my resumé before i go? all right darrell is an airline mechanic. hi, darrell. >> caller: hello. >> stephanie: yes, go ahead. >> caller: i was looking at a lot of stuff everywhere, all this supposed information and a lot of speculation from all these supposed authorities on what could have gone wrong with this particular crash landing and it's amazing to me with now the story coming out that they delayed the evacuation of the aircraft it's just a cluster of blunders. >> stephanie: thank you for saying blunders and not saying the word that normally comes after the word cluster. >> caller: there are so many things that could go wrong that
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to be honest most passengers would never ever know about. >> stephanie: yes, thank god. >> caller: to have an airline liner, especially one azteccally advanced as this is, to crash land i'm not sure what policies existed at that airline that would allow someone of so little experience to even be in this position. >> stephanie: well, that's what it seems, darrell, the combination, this is the first time that he landed this particular plane at this particular airport and this is the first flight that this pilot was a flight instructor. >> caller: yes, that should never have occurred. when i worked for a previous passenger carrier when we were first getting our advanced wide bodies into service and it was the airbus competitor, i
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remember them coming and taking a plane from the hanger. i was working in in philadelphia at the time. they would go down to atlantic city and the pilots would practice touch and goes. nobody else but the pilot the flight instructor and me because i was invited to go. they will have checked airmen on born but it's insane to me knowing that this was probably only his maybe eighth time ever flying this airliner that you would allow him to make that attempt with 300 people on board. >> stephanie: well, and this is the latest thing as you were alluding to the pilot initially told passengers not to evacuate after the crash. what could possible--that's so counter intuitive. i know you can say as as a mechanic
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the plane has crashed, there is plane fuel. >> they could not have exited over the right wing because that's where the fire was but the left side of the plane was wide open. >> caller: yes typically a 777 is going to have at least eight exits. you know, as the flight attendants always tell us, and unfortunately we often ignore, make sure you know where your exit is because the closest one could be behind you but to not immediately issue evacuation order i can only suspect is the result of shame. >> stephanie: they say the pilot checked with the tower at the airport, but it seems that they said yesterday people did not begin fleeing the aircraft until 90 seconds plate when a fire erupted.
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can you imagine please stay in your seat. >> until you catch fire. good luck with that. >> caller: we had an incident one time where it was a wide body, and thankfully it was on a maintenance run. we had complete explosive tour on failure. i was not on the airplane. a couple of my coworkers were, and it was complete runaway fire. no matter what they did they could not put the fire out. the only communication they had with the tower, which is standard, declare the emergency let them know your location, and abandon the airport. i can't imagine that part of that process is to check with the tower first before you tell the people to get off the airplane. >> stephanie: what does the tower have to do with it. you already landed for better or force, frankly. darrell, i'm wondering what you think. this reminds me of 9/11 when
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people were told to stay in their office. in future emergencies is this going to affect how people do what they're told. is there going to be more panic and chaos in an emergency. >> caller: well, that can go a lot of ways. unfortunately, in the climate we live in today god for bid you're in a crash or an emergency, and nothing seems to be happening as you think it should. someone may be apt to run for the emergency exit when they're instructed not to do so. as a general flying passenger you're really not aware of what the situation is with that airplane. >> caller: you're like a bouncing house. i would bounce off of you to determine what the emergency was. >> what?
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i bounce. >> stephanie: you're spongy. i would pole vault right off of you.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> some fresh face 45-year-old bimbo. >> stephanie: yes, rocking with rocking with the doobie brothers. >> when are you ever going to get over that cold of yours. >> stephanie: that's from the 80s. hello, everybody. 1-800-steph-12 the number, toll-free from anywhere. judy gold with us in hour three and i'm waiting with baited breath if jacki schechner will say yes to healthcare corner. >> why don't you just spring it
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on her. >> stephanie: yes, a lot of stuff going on with the affordable care act. so we were talking about--this is an incredible story. ♪ world news music ] ♪ >> the pilot initially told passengers not to evacuate. i'm a catholic school girl. it's hard. i would have sat there with my hands crossed knees together, do the rosary. i used to have a teacher who would do that, and it means put your knees together. i would have say with my legs crossed. >> hanging there with blood dropping from your head. >> when might an good time for me to get out? should i wait until the jet fuel reaches me? >> let us run from the plane as fast as we can first so no one lynches us. >> stephanie: oh god somebody
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was saying, i hope not god for bid, but a friend of mine was saying, god for bid, i hope that they don't kill themselves. in asian culture i know nobody seems to know yet what exactly happened. i know, this is obviously--what did somebody say maybe out of shame. our last caller said that. the officials said they need to check with the tower. um, we just crashed. the tower is yeah, we know. >> this is asiana airlines 214. >> there would be crackleing fire noise, seagulls. >> stephanie: nicely done.
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you would have got an low score for that landing. yes, such incredible details. >> the automatic throttle, which they set, but now thoughts to look at the speed indicator needle. >> stephanie: we trust machines too much, and it will only be irobots and will smith will save us. >> that's from the terminator, robots took over. >> stephanie: listen, arnold schwarzenegger already took over here in california, we already know that answer. trust us, we know. the asiana aircraft landed and officials say they relied too much on auto pilot.
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they said that they set the throttle at a significant faster speed which was the plane actually flying. when the gps when it's wrong. people literally follow it to the machine. the machine says it's this way and no, that looks like a lake to me. [ splash noise ] >> i was just following ordered. >> this is late for the hitler reference. sometimes it's wrong. i don't trust any of it. google directions, map quest. [ whatever ] >> google maps is a hell of a lot better better than apple maps. >> stephanie: the apple is good.
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>> apple maps took me on a wild goose chase trying to find a walgreen's in vegas that didn't actually exist. >> stephanie: wow, that's probably because they hate you. >> maybe you had candy apple apps. >> stephanie: i downloaded downloaded google maps, and it's so much better. >> stephanie: i guess i've had better luck. >> i guess you have. >> stephanie: the trusting the--it says the thing is we're going fine. but the runway-- >> recalculating. recalculating. >> stephanie: that looks like lakelake erie. [ garbled voice ] recalculating. >> stephanie: they were looking at whether the throttles were recalculated or not.
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and why the plane fell so far in altitude and hit the retaining wall. the flight crew should have been constantly monitoring the speed. nobody was looking at the altimeter. >> airspeed indicator. >> stephanie: right, exactly. >> oh, boy. >> stephanie: how even more hilarious that i had to check out the small plane to send them up. which is which. make sure the do hickey does the thing and there was a cardboard tag that i would put on the steving wheel, is it called a steering wheel? >> no, a yoke. >> stephanie: see, i would put on the yoke. >> she said yolk. >> you said yolk. you pronounced the "l" when there is no "l." >> stephanie: right. >> the yolk.
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the freed egg instrument. >> no wonder they crashed. >> you steered with the fried egg. >> stephanie: i was eating a egg sandwich when i left this morning. >> you ate the yolk. >> stephanie: we avoided more tragedyies. okay, what is that little doo hickey. >> what does that do. >> they gave me a check list of things i had to check out and like the do not disturb sign on the thing. >> they have more moronics on planes. >> yeah, instead of back in the 50s. >> stephanie: it was not the 50s. >> yeah, like back in the truman administration. >> stephanie: all right, red baron, set to go.
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yes, air safety consultants said whether the weather was engaged or not was irrelevant. why would the pilots allow the airspeed get so low ♪ la di test da ♪ >> stephanie: auto throatels throttles these devices make corrections if there are deviations from the settings. they'll have to figure out were they set was it malfunctioning, and experts are saying it still shouldn't have matter. >> it would have corrected. >> stephanie: when our music goes down, you just sing. >> there's nothing else you can do. >> stephanie: what is the worst thing in radio. >> silence. >> stephanie: not as bad as your singing. the pilots were making a visual approach, we talked about this
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yesterday, it does seem in some way the perfect storm of stuff like this. this one thing or that one thing shouldn't have matter. it was the combination of thing inexperienced, and the officials said there were other automations available to help the crew, but the pilot that landed the plane, it was his first landing in san francisco in the boeing 777. the guy supervising him was his first landing at the airport training him. and then there was this yesterday. the pilot in the left hand seat, who was not yet qualified to land the 777 could see the runway. the other pilots could not see the landing which makes no sense. like if i say people say, can you
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look to see if something--yeah it's fine. don't trust me. >> it's fine except for the 30 cars. [screaming ] >> stephanie: i'm not a good co-pilot. don't ask me. >> they're going the wrong way. >> stephanie: i've never grasped the whole object in the mirror. how close is it? who can tell. >> we'll stare in the mirror until it gets closer. >> stephanie: can we turn now? i don't know. it doesn't tell you how much closer objects are than they appear. that could be critical. >> so you could see more. >> stephanie: that could be critical in certain situations. okay. >> can i go? if you punch it. >> yeah. >> stephanie: it's your accelerator. >> do you have turbo?
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>> stephanie: during a news briefing the asiana president said they were excellent. okay, well then. [applause] >> other than that, how did you like the plane. >> stephanie: they have different standards of excellence. john in l.a. one of our many pilot listening. i'm starting to believe that only pilots listen to this show. hi john, you're on "the stephanie miller show." go ahead. >> caller: hello stephanie i'm a pilot here, and just listening to your show for years. i went to your sexy liberal show last year. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i thought that was great. anyway when everybody is talking about setting the airspeed, and that's probably what they did coming in on the approach. but after that you have to deploy the flaps and put down the landing gear, and that creates tremendous drag on the plane, and you have to
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compensate it with more power. maybe that's one thing that happened after they set the airspeed and didn't compensate it after they put down the landing gear. >> stephanie: john, what were they thinking in trying to accelerate. what, a second before impact? i mean, you know, at that point i know your options are obviously limited you know what i'm saying? doesn't it take like ten seconds to power up the engines. >> every time you come in to land as a pilot, it's a pitch for airspeed which controls the nose, and power for altitude. literally, that's what you think when they train you. they just came in too low. why they didn't see the pappy lights. i understand that the glide slope was out but the pappy lights are the real big flag that every one of those pilots should have been able to say
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hey, you're three miles out. >> stephanie: how significant is that that the thing was out that you were talking about. if you were landing is that something that would trouble you as a pilot that that particular system was not working? >> well, on a glide soap, slope, you use that when you have bad weather. you then take over visual and land. on a clear day like it was up in san francisco that day, it was all a visual, so you really wouldn't have to use the glide slope to help check make sure you were on the glide slope, and you will have those pappy lights that you could see from three miles out or further to red over white, you're all right. if it's all red you're too low. that means you just level the plane out and put in more power
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until you get on the correct visual glide slope. >> that is a device, red on red you're dead. >> stephanie: why do you all sound normal on the phone but on the public address system you all sound the same. >> well, i don't have a public address system but i would turn my head around and say hey be quiet. >> stephanie: what is that, jim. >> this is your pilot speaking ahhh i'm not technically speaking yet i'm just going aaahh. could you pass the sugar aaahh. >> stephanie: stop it that's annoying. 48 minutes after the hour. >> that is great radio.
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>> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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you know who is coming on to me now? you know the kind of guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? current tv is the place for true stories. with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines. real, gripping, current. documentaries... on current tv.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show," welcome to it. 53 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number followtoll-free from anywhere. the. >> as the evacuation went on the fire did continue and the flight attendants and the flight crew
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were involved with the fire inside. >> stephanie: i wonder what the thinking was when they said, you hush and stay put. i guess there was not a pause in the landing. >> no. [ crowd booing ] >> stephanie: fire, how could there be fire. morons. o there is a fire. get out. >> there's a fire. there is a fire. >> stephanie: it's the psa that we're running through there's a fire. >> dial 911. >> can we get out. >> no, we can't. >> the automatic throttles were stuck. >> stephanie: oh, you're relying on automatic flying. >> this was an emotional event for people who are here right now, and a lot of their coworkers is still hospitalized.
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>> stephanie: i heard three flight attendants were ejected from the plane and landed on the runway. two of them were on the back and injured, obviously ejected. >> and still in the hospital. >> stephanie: yeah, yeah, here is a monday tan damage montage of 911 calls. >> the plane just crashed. >> there are people laying on the tarmac with injuries. we're trying to keep her alive. >> that first guy we're at the san francisco airport and our plane just crashed. we're talking on the tarmac. he sounded way too calm. >> stephanie: that would not be me. there are people who are calm in an emergency. i'm an emergency spaz. i am not the person you want to be with in an emergency.
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[ screaming ] >> i got it, fire! fire! >> stephanie: i henthat guy again hello. we have just landed at the san francisco--he's like the normal person who turns on their cell phone, honey we're here. baggage claim not really an issue. waiting for my bag might an while. >> we just landed the san francisco and our plane just crashed upon landing and i think we need somebody a here. >> i think we need somebody here. >> stephanie: if there is any chance you can get here any time soon, it would be good. >> also, the tail fell off. >> stephanie: in the sea. >> stephanie: wow, as an emergency spaz i got to give it up for that guy. that is amazing.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> he availed himself of the inflight beverage. >> stephanie: the beverage cart is laying in the grass. >> look, let's have a bloody mary. >> stephanie: my dearly departed great pyranese. when she was getting older. it wasn't bad or fatal but she would have these eye things that would pop. it was gross but she was just too old to put her under anesthesia. but there would be blood and my friend would say, it's okay. she'll be fine. [ screaming ] >> i spend some time cleaning up her droppings in the house in the latter days. >> stephanie: thank you jim.
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i really appreciate that, thank you. i got to hear that guy one more time. this is just amazing. >> we just landed at the san francisco airport and our plane just crashed upon landing and i think we need someone here, that would be helpful. >> stephanie: he is just a chipmunk. any time would be good. >> yeah, we're at the san francisco airport. >> stephanie: we just crashed. >> our plane crashed. >> stephanie: we probably need somebody some assistance. >> we'll be at tgi friday's, but i'm on the tarmac looking for the tail. >> stephanie: cannot locate my bag or the tail of the plane. 58 minutes after the hour. we'll be right back to jacki's healthcare corner.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: all right current tv land hour number two, jacki schechner. >> didn't i tell you a couple of days ago i'm not actually a nurse, and i cannot fix your gastrointestinal distress. >> i apologize for being absent at the top of the hour. [ farting sounds ] >> that's when we were in d.c. and you had too much of your get up and go. >> stephanie: right, right. >> you got up and went.
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>> stephanie: right, and jacki was-- >> i hear from the other room--sorry! >> stephanie: sorry about that. a little noisy. >> alan grayson heard that too. >> and he wasn't even staying at that hotel. >> stephanie: he heard it in the next hotel. >> they heard it in richmond. >> stephanie: the passengers need to evacuate immediately. [ farting sounds ] jacki the healthcare corner. first in the news. >> good morning, we told you a couple of days ago that corey booker has a huge lead in the polls, 52% of new jersey democrats support booker in the primary where the contender would get only 10%. well now booker's team reports he has raised a good chunk of money to go along with that good chunk of probably votes.
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4.6 of million dollars his total of the year now up to $6.5 million. that allows him to air ads in tv ads in new york and new jersey. over all contributions $6,000 were first-time contributers, and only $2,000 were new jersey residents. $3.5 billion in 2012 the average member of congress spent $1.6 million to win his or her seat. that's more than double what the winner spent back in 1986. the average senator spent $10.3 million in 2012 up 61% from 1986, and those numbers are adjusted for inflation. as we get closer and closer to october 1 exchange enrollment
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and january 1 full implementation of healthcare reform the p.r. machines are starting to ramp up. i'll talk more about this in our healthcare corner. criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal, or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i'm given to doing anyway, by staying in touch with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. in reality it's not like they actually care. this is purely about political grandstanding. i've worn lots of hats, but i've always kept this going. i've been doing politics now for a dozen years. (vo) he's been called the epic politics man. he's michael shure and his arena is the war room. that think the world ends at the atlantic ocean border and pacific ocean border. the bloggers and the people that are sort of compiling the best of the day. i do a lot of looking at those people as well. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people, but somehow he thinks raising the
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minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them right?
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i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." the only radio show in the country that is lived to exclusively by pilots. james in salt lake city. welcome to plain talk. >> caller: hello, guys. >> stephanie: go ahead james. you are a pilot. >> caller: yes, that's correct. >> stephanie: go ahead. >> caller: go ahead. >> stephanie: no, you go ahead. >> caller: i'm a pilot for an
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u.s. major airline. i was listening to your radio show. there is a lot of speculation up to this point so i'm going to add one of my speculations. there is standard operating procedure. if there is any problem with the landing specifically they would command to evacuate or not evacuate an aircraft. evacuation of the aircraft is very difficult. the exits are very small. they're really not your primary of course. the only speculation i have listening to all the reports so far reason the asiana flight is that after landing the passengers were not fully aware of everything going on around them. there were no indications from the cockpit that there was a fire from anywhere in the
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airport, so they told everybody to be seated, and they would relay the problem with the tower and everything else. i'm sure-- >> stephanie: it would seem time is critical, no one had to tell them that they had crash landed. >> correct, just because there is a problem with the landing doesn't mean you have to evacuate. there have been a couple of times when we landed, the flaps didn't come down or other issues with the hydraulic. the emergency personnel were waiting for us, but they evacuate the aircraft. >> stephanie: i get your point. i love how calmly he said that. if there is complications in landing. i think that is a crash. they passed problematic landing. >> a problem be land something a hard landing. blow out a tire. >> stephanie: you know who always makes a soft landing because she's so teeny.
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>> really,. [ fairy music ] >> stephanie: where were you going with that. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: we're always so happy it's jacki schechner. >> good morning. >> stephanie: i'm sure it comes as a great shock to you that the republicans are being unhelpful with the affordable care act. >> yep, once again. >> stephanie: yes, the headline is republicans press obama under the obama healthcare law that employers obtain insurance. >> they're going to try to unravel it piece by piece. here are two issues with this. first of all having the mandate
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in there is important because we need everybody to pay into the pool. the whole idea here is that we're all going to use healthcare at some point. and everybody has got to contribute. if you're not going to buy health insurance and you run the risk of getting sick and need the emergency room everybody will pay for you. so the idea is to get everybody into the pool and pay their fair share. now that pool happens to be a private pool of private healthcare insurance companies. that's part of why we need this mandate in place because that's the way the system is going to work, and the way we're going to make changes. the problem is that the insurers want the mandate. it requires everyone to buy their product. so the corporate sponsors of the house republicans who are fighting so strongly against this are probably like, well, stop.
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>> stephanie: can you imagine how troubled the republicans are, please write your congress your justification for delaying the mandate on employers at this time. we believe the americans families need the same relief. >> it was not overwhelming for employers. it really wasn't going to impact a whole lot of employers to begin with and things are weighty and complicated and there is a lot of lobbying behind the scenes. and the administration softened a little bit on the requirements. it's a heavy lift. they're trying to figure out where they can give a little to get this up and running. >> stephanie: thethe mandate provides financial assistance to help lower income people to pay for healthcare insurance. >> this is what we subsidize the medicaid and health exchangings.
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>> stephanie: people will get the health insurance that they currently cannot afford. here is jay carney. >> no one who suggests that the delaying of the deadline are deliberately sticking their head in the sand or ignorant of our president. >> here's the thing, you got to watch these things in their entirety. boehner turns around and said this is a giant bill that nobody read, it's weighty. i'm thinking, it's been three years. you haven't had time in the last three years to read this? >> stephanie: even slow readers. >> like john boehner. >> stephanie: like you boner. >> it's online. it's published available. there is a good "washington post" book where they write about how it got passed and the laws in the second half of the book. it's available. you can get it on e-reader. he could have someone read it out loud to him.
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there are ways for boehner to have read this. to stand up now three years later and to say it's a big giant bill that nobody's read is ridiculous. >> stephanie: somebody should have read it somewhere. >> i would imagine the general public okay, if you haven't read it, i get that. but for the house speak for step up and say he hasn't read it. >> stephanie: here is jay carney carney. >> there will be grant awards to help enroll uninsured americans in new healthcare options made available by the affordable care act. >> stephanie: well, as you say jacki, they know taking on both mandates that's the linchpin of the whole bill. >> they're trying to dismantle it. the community center money is a good thing. a lot of people who don't have health insurance or are under insured go to community centers. this is to help people
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understand what is available to them. a lot of people who are eligible for medicaid or eligible--i had someone call the other day to ask what kind of state programs are available or alternatives are available, they don't know that they are qualified for subsidyies, medicaid or other state program. so to give money to hire people to explain the availability and access is really smart. the other thing i want to add now that blue cross and walgreen's are teaming up, they're going to launch a website and put out brochures. it's supposed to be nonpartisan just a simplistic explanation of what the laws are for consumers and the insurance companies what you can expect and what you can get. it will break it down in simpler terms to understand what is coming in the affordable care act and what they need to do. and the congressional black caucus are going to launch an
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eight-state tour where they will go to under privileged community communities to explain how they they'll access. and they'll go online and who are not getting the information they need to get healthcare. we're making progress in a lot of good directions. >> stephanie: in another edition, what now? peter roscum, the republican of illinois. i'm not sure what he's talking about. >> late in the holiday weekend the administration on a blog post essentially whispers, it's not working. oops. this is a mess. >> it's not wrong that it was a rotten pr move. you're going to do a news dump on a friday over the fourth of july weekend? i agree with him.
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that was lousy. i don't see why the administration hasn't given a speech saying it out loud. putting it out there. >> stephanie: except they didn't say it's not working. they said we're going to be flexible and allow an employer mandate. >> but that they didn't come out and talk about it allows peter roscum to come out and say something stupid like that. >> right, this could look bad how do we avoid this. >> stephanie: he whispered one more thing. >> in case you didn't notice he's black. >> stephanie: that's his main problem with the law. in wyoming. >> we need to extend that delay for every individual. >> stephanie: what is the point of that, jacki when they know the administration is not going to do that? >> well, the more they delay the more times they can vote to repeal that and make balance untilesbadanalogies like eric cantor
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did. >> what is to say that he cannot enforce the border and immigration. >> stephanie: what border patrol and immigration under obamacare. >> i feel like i pulled a groin muscle ouch i should have stretched before that. >> stephanie: and senator from north dakota. >> the president should acknowledge the burden this will place on middle class families and those trying to make it through the sluggish economy. >> like the medical bill you get that your insurance company decided they're not going to pay even though you've paid into it for years. >> stephanie: this is only going to help people. >> they get up to the podium.
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they scream something and then they run. >> that's the way d.c. works though. >> stephanie: exactly. all right, all right, jacki schechner, thank you nurse jacki. how is the belly. >> stephanie: everything is good. the tummy is less rumbley, there she goes. jacki schechner. 17 minutes after the hour we continue on "the stephanie miller show."
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: 22 anyones after the22 minutes afterthe hour. 1-800-steph-12 toll-free from anywhere. >> shark nato hurling sharks on to land. >> i have one simple request and that is to have sharks with friggin' laser beams attached to their heads. >> the weather channel meets shark week. it's awesome. what sounds great about that? >> it's sharks forming a tornado. >> you have to form a shelter to get away from the tornado and
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then they hope the door. >> stephanie: they will have to do without me tonight. lawrence in st. paul, you're on "the stephanie miller show"." hello, lawrence. >> caller: hi, how are you doing. >> stephanie: good. >> caller: i'm going to link up the affordable care act to that airport accident in san francisco, and it's all about the mind state. and here it is in two words: if that had been an airbus airplane versus a boeing, that accident would never have happened, and i'll tell you why because the airbus will automatically go to full power when it senses a low speed like that regardless it doesn't need any pilot action. it will automatically go to full power. what has that good to do with the affordable care act. >> stephanie: that's what we're all waiting for. >> here it is. because boeing had an opportunity to use this
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technology but they were so try dent and obtuse they did not use it because they didn't think of it first. the same thing with republicans. they didn't think of it first. they will let the citizens of the united states die because they're not in control. >> stephanie: yeah, yeah i hear you, nicely done. you delivered on your promise. thank you very much. let's go to corky in rochester on the affordable care act as well. hi corky. >> caller: hello stephanie. when are you going to do a reunion tour. >> stephanie: we need to get on that the old radio warhorse door. >> caller: itour. >> caller: i want to talk about the healthcare. this is our stupid they are. car insurance you may never need. i know people who never been in an accident and never hit
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anything. but health insurance you're going to need even if you never been sick all your life at the end you're going to go to the coroner's office because they're cut you open to see if you died of suspicious means. you're going to need healthcare for everybody because you're gonna use it eventually. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: but car insurance you don't know you're ever going to use it. why do they mandate one and call the other one stupid. >> stephanie: you're the smartest boy in class. [ . [ bellclass. [ bell ] >> stephanie: hello, robert. >> caller: hi, steph. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: one of the problems is we're getting outmessaged by the republicans. one of the things that have been a big problem in the country is that 33% of all bankruptcies are caused by excessive medical
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bills, yet i don't see anybody making a point of getting that message out. you know, they've been talking a lot about premiums going up, and people forced to have to pay for policies, but they need to know the upside is that if they do that, they will never ever lose their home or go bankrupt because of high medical bills. they need to do a better job of messaging. >> stephanie: jacki has been saying that, and we're doing our best here. [ world news music ] >> stephanie: tara reed. >> it's stars. >> tornadoes made of sharks. >> stephanie: they're coming onshore. >> shark n.a.t.o. >> stephanie: it's a saturday nightlife sketch.
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[ knocking on door ] >> stephanie: whose there. >> tara reid's america's prettiest non-action. >> stephanie: the judge allowing the choice of manslaughter in the george zimmerman case. i guess that is good because then he'll be convicted of something. this is frustrating the bejesus out of me, this trial. he clearly racially profile stalked and shot an unarmed kid. i don't care what the other details are. he was told not to follow him. i don't even understand why the details matter. >> clearly the kid was trying to defend himself from a guy following him with a gun! >> stephanie: the judge said yesterday what his decision was on testifying, zimmerman decided not to take the stand after discussing it with his lawyers. also, i think that's a sign because a lot of his stuff was inconsistent.
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his story was very--i think they would have made mincemeat of him on the stand. the florida judge ruled the animation depicting the struggle would not be introduced. did you see the animater was on and you they made changes. you can't do an animate an animation, you don't know what happens. >> stupid. trayvon had a drone. that's in the animation. what was he going to do he had to shoot him. >> it was in the animation it must have happened. it was on tv, it must be true. >> stephanie: it must be true, the sharks are flying out of the sky. >> it's a tornado made of sharks. >> stephanie: we'll be right back on "the stephanie miller show."
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criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal, or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i'm given to doing anyway, by staying in touch with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. in reality it's not like they actually care. this is purely about political grandstanding. i've worn lots of hats, but i've always kept this going. i've been doing politics now for a dozen years. (vo) he's been called the epic politics man. he's michael shure and his arena is the war room. >> these republicans in congress that think the world ends at the atlantic ocean border and pacific ocean border. the bloggers and the people that are sort of compiling the best of the day. i do a lot of looking at those people as well. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people, but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them right?
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talking about the zimmerman trial, now the defense rested yesterday, and it looks like the prosecution will rest today? okay, i know this is the one guy that was testifying saying that martin was likely on top but they ask could he have been backing away at the time of the fatal gunshot yes. >> that poor dummy. >> stephanie: right. >> just slamming him against the floor. >> randy was saying that they should look at the film again from the footage. and the wounds are really superficial. >> stephanie: yes, yes. >> if he had had been slamming his head against the concrete he would have had a concussion and a broken skull. >> stephanie: and did he have to shoot him in the heart. >> i have a gun and i shot him in the heart because he had...
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skittles. >> stephanie: this is nice. offering zimmerman the training program. >> that's a selling point. >> stephanie: right, would anyone want to learn how to prepare to get their ass kicked? zimmerman's martial artest trainer, and he was rated a one on a scale of one through ten. and they further underscored that zimmerman had no abilities in that area. although he was very versed in the stand your ground law. and he is promoting the george zimmerman training program on his website offering customers a chance to sign up now for information on zimmerman's training. [ oh, my god ♪ >> stephanie: manuel in alabama you're on "the stephanie miller show." hello, manuel.
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>> caller: good morning, how are you today? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: i get the feeling sitting here as i watch this thing because i got a lot get a lot of time on my hands that trayvon martin is being tried. this guy is dead in the grave, and everybody is wondering about his behavior, what was he--did he have--did he smoke a joint this week or did he do this? when the bottom line is when that man got out of that truck and stalked that young man that was the crime in and of itself. anything that happened after that became george zimmerman's responsibility. i worked in los angeles, i'm retired now but i worked in los angeles as law enforcement. if i had a situation like that myself. i saw somebody and i was by myself as a law enforcement officer i would have called for back up. >> stephanie: isn't that the exact point? this is exactly why this ended the way it did didn't it? this guy was not a trained
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policepolice officer. that's why he was told, we don't need you to do that. the result is because he is not a trained police officer. you don't call in and there is a suspect when he's not suspected of anything except by you. >> right, i would have stayed in my vehicle as a trained police officer, and waited until the other unit came there, then i would approach. the whole thing about law enforcement is to keep everybody safe. >> stephanie: it almost seemed like clearly he wanted to pick a fight. >> exactly. listen, this thing--the people are going around the edges on this thing. and the bottom line here to me, i'm just saying as an observer, the bottom line to me is that they're trying to figure out a way to lower the value of this kid in order to save george zimmerman's life and his freedom. so we can say, well, he was just another one of those. therefore, he didn't deserve the
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constitutional rights of protection through the broadband of this law that we live under. and that gives george zimmerman an out. >> stephanie: yes, you know, they were playing a clip, manuel, did you see that of the prosecutor, his opening statement talking about all the swearing that zimmerman did on the first call like, these. [ bleep ] and these these punks get away-- >> clear profiling. >> stephanie: yes. >> he was suspected of being black. he was being profiled. >> stephanie: he said these punks, blah-blah. meanwhile, he didn't do anything. getting away with what? >> a bag of skittles. >> stephanie: carl in vegas. how are you. >> caller: how have you today. >> stephanie: good. >> caller: i saw this cartoon that shows zimmerman coming up on trayvon martin, and i would like to give a scenario of my own. i think zimmerman walked up
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behind trayvon martin already with the pistol already in his hand. i think he said, hey boy what are you doing in this neighborhood and trayvon seeing a man with a gun tried to defend himself and ended up being killed. now they're trying to smear in boy, this 17-year-old kid didn't even get a chance to graduate high school saying he's such a bad person. as far as i'm concerned the trial should end right away. as soon as they hear that he was told by the police to stay in his car. he was told to say in his car. i think that if this man gets off, i think we're going to see a rash of these stand your ground murders all across the country. >> stephanie: well, that's exactly right. >> by these gun lovers. i think zimmerman thought he was going to kill himself a little black kid and be branded a hero with a badge, and he's the great hero of the neighborhood, and he's going to get to walk up and down the neighborhood with people patting him on the back.
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>> stephanie: what is it with people like sean hannity making him a hero. what does he know about what happened. how many times can it be said. experts have said the same thing. it's counter intuitive to say it was george zimmerman screaming and then its gunshot and then quiet. >> oh, i got a gun bam. >> stephanie: adrien, you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hey stephanie. good morning. i want to say as articulate as the defense is, he made a reference during the closing of the prosecution side, and the last thing i said was trayvon caused his own death. he said that because trayvon was death. he caused his own death because he was black, he was in that
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neighborhood, and he didn't know who he was. so zimmerman had felt like he had the right to shoot the guy and kill the guy, which is totally wrong. i know it's a racist thing. however they want to look at it, or however they don't want to look at it. that big elephant in that whole trial is the fact that the guy was black. he had the arizona tea in his pocket. he was struggling, and couldn't that have hit his nose a couple of times and caused it to be damage. >> stephanie: oh, that could have been a weapon, really? can you cite one case where someone has been killed with an arizona can of tea. >> they are bigger than regular cans. >> aluminum, steel. >> stephanie: the only guy i saw do that kirk, go ahead.
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>> caller: the stand your ground for george zimmerman had the scenario come out differently that resulted with trayvon martin getting the gun from george zimmerman, that certainly would have been a stand your ground case. >> stephanie: every guy in high school went like that with a beer can. >> that was a college. we drank wine coolers. >> stephanie: skittles we're not fatal. only pop rocks are fatal if you drink them with coca-cola. and then you might combust. >> along with other urban legends. >> stephanie: right.
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>> caller: the blond neighbor, olivia i cannot remember her last name. she got on and talked about the home-invasion robbery that happened to her. that's when george zimmerman suddenly became mr. white knight. he didn't even know this lady. came in and talked about it 20 times with her and the prosecution asked her. wasn't it true that it turned out one of the home invader robbers lived in the neighborhood at the back of the tract or whatever. yes, it was. but they arrested him but they released him because he was underage. george bought the gun right after that incident. i think he had mistaken trayvon with that kid. my point is he went looking for
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a fight. he was looking for a fight thinking it was the kid who was robbing houses. you heard it all through the trial the robberies because the kid lived in the neighborhood. he sees a black kid with the hoodie. he thinks it's that kid who robbed his neighbor. i don't think he intended to kill him. i think he wanted to kick his ass and teach him a lesson. and i think he didn't realize because you know, to white people all black kids look the same. it's a scientific fact that we cannot differentiate. >> he was on tape saying these f-ing punches. punks. >> stephanie: right. >> he's profiling. >> stephanie: we'll be back on "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show," welcome to it. 50 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 9 phone1-800-steph-12 the phone number. judy gold live next hour. very exciting. paula writes, i don't think it's been mentioned if a cop shoots a
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man there is an investigation. this makes no sense. we just had a former lapd guy say i wouldn't have followed him. he was a trained police officer. it's a very good point. thank you, paula. [applause] >> stephanie: by the way we missed another awesome trial because we're so focused on the zimmerman thing. did you see any of the whitey bulger trial. >> the department was based on his story. >> bulger wheat. >> stephanie: right, right, the boston guy that was hiding right outhere in l.a. i missed him all these years. hilarious. one of--whoever ratted on him the guy on the stand, he said, let's see the attorney said, blah-blah-blah. suggested that he beaten the system and he wasn't bother by his participation in five killings. he said how does that bother
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you. because we killed people who were rats, and i had the two biggest rats next to me. he said, you suck. he said. [ bleep ] you. and bulger said, bleep. [ bleep ] you, too. how awesome is that? >> tomorrow is fridays with fugalsang, and he just text me and said he's going to be on wendy williams and he's not talking about syria. >> stephanie: really? i would have guessed syria. >> so look for him today on wendy williams. >> stephanie: or perhaps egypt. i'm not sure. speaking of egypt kristin powers wrote a piece in the daily beast. and our friend said this the other day. i think this is not a coup. i think it was really the people's movement assisted by the military, and that's what this piece said. egyptians stop calling our
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revolution a coup, john mccain mccain. the response to the outcry egyptians are been jubilant that theytheir incompetent president morsi was ousted, but they're tired of americans-- >> morsi sucks. >> hey i love morsi. >> stephanie: i'm kidding. and some american journalists calling it a power grab. if there was one message that i heard repeatedly speaking to egyptians was this: stop calling our action as a coupe. she writes, yes, this is messy. it's not what americans envision when they think of a democracy but the u.s. has been at this for centuries. it's been a year for egypt.
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and the military stepped in on behalf of the outcry of the people. so there you jumpy old coot. what's a policy. >> i don't know, nothing is a policy. >> stephanie: dzhokhar tsarnaev not this story again. the boston marathon bombing suspect has pled not guilty. good luck with that. for the first count he leaned towards the microphone and said not guilty in a russian accent. they felt it necessary to point that out. >> not guilty. >> like the ballet dancer in chicago, not guilty. >> stephanie: you are so random this morning what? >> tango no no, nothing.
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he switched accents for the other one. does he still have the fan club that cover all the girls. >> like the menendez brothers. >> now they're old and ball. >> stephanie: dzhokhar tsarnaev is just dreamy. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: i would like to correct the misconception that two of your callers have and apparently you have. george zimmerman is not mounding a stand your ground defense. he's mound mounting the self defense defense, you know the difference. >> stephanie: yes, there is a lot of talk about the stand your ground law. >> they're trying to muddy the waters. but there is no talk about the defense about a stand your ground defense. let's get that clear. >> stephanie: a why was is cited so much in the beginning including zimmerman. >> he never said it.
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>> stephanie: why was there testimony about it. they have obviously an expert that said he took a course and knew exactly what was in the stand your ground law. >> but he's not mounting a stand your ground defense. >> stephanie: george lied saying he didn't know anything about the stand your ground law. he produced a witness that said he took a course on it. >> you're getting off the course. >> stephanie: i didn't say--that is not a legal--the legal defense of course is self defense. that's what you call it when that is your defense. that's a legal thing. there is a reason they had an expert on that said he is an expert in the stand your ground law. he took a course on it. >> he took a course on it, but it doesn't make someone an expert. >> stephanie: so he lied when he said he didn't know anything about the stand your ground. >> caller: i don't know. >> stephanie: i well i do. >> he's allowed to use deadly force in self defense if they feel their life is threatened.
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>> stephanie: the legal defense is self defense but because not every state has a stand your ground law but florida does in liberal circles kiss my-- >> you know what lovers. >> stephanie: for having skittles. mike i'm in a mood this morning. >> you are. >> stephanie: mike, it's not often that i tell people to kiss my liberal ass. hi mike in ohio. >> caller: hi, how are you. >> stephanie: hi, go ahead. >> caller: if the roles were reversed and trayvon shot zimmerman, trayvon would be in prison already. >> stephanie: of course. that was the outcry in the beginning, he wasn't charged. you can go now. jason in d.c. how hello jason. all right, jason is talking to somebody else. and that's fine. all right by the by, there is
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another piece by-- [ world news music ] >> glen greenwald. whistle blower edward snowden another interview about how we should not make it about him. not about me. denied that he made requests to governments of china or russia. i never gave any information to either government, and they never took anything from my laptops according to glen greenwald. okay. i will have more thoughts on this as we continue. and judy gold comedianic extraordinaire live next on the show. [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: oh jacki schechner, be care of the fear some power of the stephanie miller. shark nation is trending on twitter. it's a tornado made of sharks. >> i missed that. i was busy doing news stuff. >> stephanie: it was the big news of the day. >> sci-fi is premiering a show called "shark-nato" where a tornado brings sharks on to line.
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>> that's fascinating. i'm guessing it will be late and i'll have to dvr. >> this is starring tara reid. >> this is a movie. there has never been a shark tornado. >> stephanie: she's from florida. >> there have been sinkholes why not shark-nado. >> how would i know these things. senator harry reid talking about the filibuster on the senate floor, and we'll turn it up on "meet the press." he is becoming angry about the nomination of the the cabinet nominees. democrats argue that the president was elected and
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should have a leeway to pick his own staff. the rules change, four, would not apply to judicial nominees. and the house is set to vote on the version of the farm bill that would expand tax-payer funded crop insurance but cut food stamps. president obama said if it passes the house he'll veto it. the bill went down in defeat in the house last month when far right conservatives want even more cuts in spending than who were already in it to avoid a repeat of that embarrassment. g.o.p. leaders are calling for today's bill without amendments. working together to create a comprehensive farm bill that aid farmers and people who need the food and nutrition assistance. but this time the republicans split the bill to take out the food stamp component with the idea they could deal with that part later if ever. the white house said not okay to
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put forward a farm bill that intentionally leaves out food safety for the people. we'll be right back. >> did anyone tell the pilgrims they should self-deport? >> no, they said "make us a turkey and make it fast". >> (laughter). >> she gets the comedians laughing. >> that's the best! >> that's hilarious. >> ... and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there is wiggle room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> ya, i consider you jew-talian. >> okay, whatever you want. >> who plays kafka? >> who saw kafka? >> who ever saw kafka? >> (laughter). >> asking the tough questions. >> chris brown, i mean you wouldn't let one of your daughters go out with him. >> absolutely not. >> you would rather deal with ahmadinejad then me? >> absolutely! >> (singing) >> i take lipitor, thats it. >> are you improving your lips? >> (laughter). >> when she's talking, you never know where the conversation is >> it looks like anthony wiener is throwing his hat in the ring. >> his what in the ring? >> his hat. >> always outspoken, joy behar.
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>> and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? >> only on current tv.
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(vo) next, current tv is the place for compelling true stories. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. this show is about analyzing criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal or is it a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. staying in tough with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but
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somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room tonight at 6 eastern [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: this is normally "the stephanie miller show," but this hour it's judy's show. judy gold comedian extraordinaire. >> you had it a little off. >> it's the ♪ judy show ♪ >> stephanie: thank you. >> i think everyone is awake now. >> stephanie: hello, you'll need to drop a few less f-bombs than the last 40 seconds you were in. >> i know.
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>> 40, that's what you get. >> stephanie: it suddenly became a loading dock with you and i in the same room. >> i've actually done this before. i have not done it, not dropped them. >> stephanie: i understand. we've been doing comedy together since the catskills. >> oh, my god right? >> stephanie: and judy is here with the one-woman show, the judy show. ♪ the judy show ♪ >> i tried not to be as loud. >> stephanie: it's been extended extended. >> and it could extend longer if everybody listening to buy ticket. that was my mother. yes, it's great, it's fun. i'm exhausted. >> stephanie: you're speaking my language. because it's 70s tv stuff. >> you're going to love it. it's about my addiction to sitcoms growing up, and how i always thought i would have a
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sitcom when i grew up--ugh. >> stephanie: this is the stephanie miller where dreams come to die. we have things to serenade you with. ♪ brady bunch music ♪ [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: the judy show is your hill hilarious story as an awkward kid growing up in new jersey. >> i mean, 6'0" at age 13. and people in my new jersey neighborhood were lovely. >> stephanie: you must have been scarier than a shark-nado. >> that's funny. >> stephanie: now judy. >> giving me. [ bleep ] for 25 years. >> i said no s-bombs. >> stephanie: i have a box. >> that's what i heard.
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>> stephanie: i know you live in new york. i was asking if you were married. >> you know, we are--so i've been with my partner for six and a half years and we want to get married, but you know, first of all, i have two children. i live in a 950-square-foot apartment with one bathroom. one bathroom. i don't even want to talk about that. she will not move in with me unless we have two bathrooms. now she wants two sinks in the bathroom. she doesn't want to share a sink. it's ridiculous. but you know how hard it is to find an apartment in new york. so she won't marry me until we find an apartment. can somebody please get me an apartment. >> stephanie: back to your fantasies as a tot you wanted to climb on board the partridge family bus or join the brady bunch. >> i wanted to go to their houses. didn't you sit at home and watch and say, i got to go--even the
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project on "good times" was better than clark, new jersey, where i was from. i would always dream--here's the thing. i feel like today when i think of my childhood i think of all these shows that were such a major part of my life. and you know, part of my growing up, like all in the family. mary tyler moore. you could only watch them once. everybody watched them together, and it opened up a dialogue that normally would not happen. even the norman lear shows. ♪ good times ♪ good times ♪ good times ♪ >> i'm sure the partridge family theme, my mom was not a strong singer so it would not have been a sing along in my case. but shirley jones.
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>> oh, my god, right? how about the theme song. how awesome were those theme songs. they were all amazing. >> stephanie: i know. what's happening? ♪ partridge family song ♪ >> i think one of the best ones was ♪ we're moving up ♪ wasn't that the best one. >> stephanie: yes. >> and mary tyler moore. >> and the hat. >> i actually have them on play lists when i go to the gym. really, if someone took my ipod. [ moving on up themeipod. [ipod. [ jefferson theme song ♪
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>> we could live on the east side. but i live on the west side. >> stephanie: you don't even need a deluxe apartment. >> i need a deluxe toilet. that's what i need. >> stephanie: we have down sidessed our dream. >> just with a lid. >> i don't even need a lid. i need a toilet. >> stephanie: maybe you can propose over the second toilet. >> good idea. >> stephanie: oh, there goes the ring okay. now of course the only show on tv is the george zimmerman trial. >> like there is no other news. >> stephanie: right, the fact that we were talking about how they wanted to do an animation. >> yes they wanted an animation. >> stephanie: just of what the defense says happens. and the animations of the zimmerman trial, what is next, finger puppets? >> that's true. it's ridiculous. i can't believe that all of these networks are just covering this trial. nothing else in the world is going on.
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>> stephanie: because you know, it has the o.j. kind of element. where there is race, all kinds of things, and then you're having a flashback of marsha clark. >> i did hollywood squares with her. she's so great. i love her. >> stephanie: she's awesome and can knock back the scotch. and she has at my house a number of times. >> i want to be invited to the scotch party. >> stephanie: because you live in new york. >> oh, all right. it's so great i love this trial. >> stephanie: is this your jewish guilt voice? >> that's it, yeah. first of all we wouldn't even be watching this if he would have listened to the police who said, leave him alone. >> stephanie: right, we don't need you to do that. >> i wish they would phrase it more strongly like don't do that instead of wishy-washy don't do that. >> stephanie: we don't need you to do that deputy dog doofus get
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your fat ass back into the car. >> i don't understand you go to jail and you become fat? o.j. is obese, and this one's obese. i thought you don't eat in jail. >> stephanie: o.j. ate the original o.j. clearly. >> but zimmerman, you look at the other picture and he's so fat. >> i think his lawyers say hey encouraged him to get fat so he would look less threatening on the stand. >> i love the judicial system. it's great. >> stephanie: yes, awesome. >> thank you. she's not taking any crap, too the judge. >> stephanie: the thing on the other channel that we're obsessed with is "sharknado." >> yes a super storm sucks sharks into a tornado and then throws them on land. >> they're dead when they land
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without water. we don't know what happened. that's exciting. we should animate that. >> stephanie: the land sharks, how long can they live on land. >> do that right now. >> stephanie: and how they can-- >> wait, what movie is that from. god, i'm hilarious. >> stephanie: you're not a morning person, why? >> am i doing really corny now? everybody is looking at their screens. you cannot talk to people. i went out last night and my niece and i are playing four picks one word on my phone. like i'm trying to have a conversation. oh, my god, what word is this. >> stephanie: i know. that's what we're saying about this airline crash in san francisco. they're trusting the gadget. the runway is right there. no, it's not. the gadget says-- [ crash ] >> the runway was right. >> stephanie: the concrete was
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correct. >> too soon. >> that is ridiculous. >> the horrible spine injuries, and internal injuries. >> they hit their heads on the top. >> stephanie: and the news is that the pilot told them not to evacuate. >> yeah, what was that? >> stephanie: i'm guessing he wouldn't have taken that guff. >> oh please no. i would have been at the emergency exit which i would have paid thousands of dollars extra so i could have three inches more. >> that's what did i coming back from europe. >> stephanie: that thing when you say will you assist other people in an actual emergency hell no. >> how about if they ask you are you aware that you're sitting in the emergency exit. yeah, i paid an extra $200 to sit here so i'm well aware i'm sitting in the emergency exit. >> stephanie: do you think anybody has been honest? will you assist?
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>> oh, yeah, we'll raise our hand. and how about having to make eye contact with you now. yes, i'll do it. i'll do it. it's unbelievable. and half the people are 90 years old in the emergency exit. you can step on them on your way out. >> stephanie: get more lift out of the plane. >> i guess you shouldn't sit in the way back or the way front. >> i've been told the back of the plane is the worst place to sit. >> in most crashes they go nose first. >> that is revenge against the top one percent in first class. >> sure. >> but isn't over the wing the best place to sit? that's what my mother always said. >> and in water landing yeah. >> stephanie: did your more every explain why you should sit over the wing? >> no, she never explained anything. >> on the hudson river. go out on the wing. >> he was amazeing into maybe
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your mother is right. >> she's right apparently. >> they're cutting his salary, eliminating his pension after that. >> sully sullenberger. >> are you kidding me? i landed the plane on the. [ bleep ] hudson. >> don't drop the f-bomb. >> stephanie: don't be jealous of my box. >> i've always been jealous of your box. >> stephanie: well, you know, 18 minutes after the hour. right back with more judy show. ♪ the judy show ♪ >> call the political party line now. 1-800-steph-12. alright, in 15 minutes we're
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vanguard, the documentary series [ ♪ music ♪ ] that we cover. doesn't get any more real than this. (vo) and on the next vanguard >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) it is mexico's largest cash crop, and as it heads north onto american soil, current tv follows the money. >> this industry is just huge. alright, in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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>> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> with a distinctly satirical point of view. if you believe in state's rights but still believe in the drug war you must be high. >> only on current tv. [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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>> announcer: stephanie miller [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> oh god really. >> stephanie: yes, judy gold with us. 70s theme song. >> wonder woman baby. >> stephanie: who doesn't look good in satin shorts, what? 1-800-steph-12. >> linda carter did. in she still looks great. >> she looks amazing, and she's really great. she's very pro gay rights and a great advocate. >> stephanie: she was on the show, and they went--you went to travis went to see her sing and jacki. >> really? >> yeah, she's great. very talented. >> stephanie: i wonder if she wore the bullet-proof bracelets. >> i think she did a jazz version of the wonder
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woman.theme. >> she did? >> yeah. >> how do you not remember, if i'm not mistaken. >> well, i didn't go. travis did. >> stephanie: a building fell on her, and she looked perfect the hair was all perfect you know, as you do. >> that happens to me all the time. >> stephanie: exactly. judy's show is at the clay house here in l.a. and i'm told that it's fabulous. i'm going to see it. >> you're gonna love it. >> stephanie: i've been terrified of you for 25 years. >> oh god, you better come. i'm not kidding into i'm going kidding. >> stephanie: i'm going. >> if all your listeners would all call up and buy ticket as soon as she's doing her jewish guilt trip. >> edward snowden i don't understand isn't his mother saying edward, what are you eating? why are you--oh i said not to be a tattle tell, what is wrong
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with him? >> stephanie: do they have good food in asylum in venezuela. >> the moscow airport. that's about it. >> stephanie: i don't know what you think, but i was talking about this, glen greenwald had a piece. it seems like--jim, i know what your thoughts on this, but it seems like they're making it all about them. so he gave two more interviews, edward snowden talking about how we shouldn't make this about him. and glen greenwald finishes the article like this, you know you americans believe it begins and ends at american borders. but there is reform around the world. doesn't that just scream me, me me. >> look at what i'm doing. what would prompt you to do that? i don't know. >> well, there are some things that shouldn't be secret, that we should know about.
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>> stephanie: but jim--we were talking yesterday about the pentagon papers. that's just a totally different thing in my opinion. he quote as poll which i haven't seen that americans now have positive views of snowden despite all the demonization. 55% say snowden was a whistle blower and 34% say he's a traitor. >> i'm just talking like he knew this was going to happen when he did this. >> sure, right. >> i mean, i could knot--what do you pack? you know? i'm never coming back here, what do i want to bring? >> daniel ellsberg stayed in the country, but that was a different world. >> stephanie: the war on winning winning--women. ♪ world news music >> the war on winning? it's called losing. >> stephanie: no, it really is frightening what they're doing state by state with abortion stuff. texas, the house voted to give
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final approval to give abortion restrictions in texas. and house in north carolina house republicans pushing legislation that restrict abortion acts say attaching the measure to a motorcycle safety bill, and it passed in committee. >> oh, it's so infuriating. and it's all white men. all white men. you know what, if you don't want to have an abortion, don't have an abortion. it's like gay marriage, if you don't want believe in gay--don't marry a gay person. we already settled this whole thing. it's--it's so infuriateing to me. what about with the probe. >> stephanie: transvaginal probe. >> i didn't know if i could say vaginal. i'm getting these looks don't
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say it. vaginal, penile. you can't have a penile probe. anal. >> stephanie: i think you covered it now. thank you. >> you haven't said nasal. >> nasal, yes. >> stephanie: obviously it's good news of the supreme court on equality. the good news state by state there are a lot of challenges because it's ridiculous. you're married in new york, and you move. >> you get transferred somewhere, you know, the whole--yeah. it is beyond--the one that pissed me off the most. >> stephanie: the move to be closer to family. the family values party. >> if you think about gay marriage it is such a republican valuefamily valley value issue. it's about taxes and inheritance tax, how unfair that is.
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me marrying my partner how does that affect you? >> stephanie: well, it affects me personally because it breaks my heart. i worship you. >> oh god. [ sobbing ] >> stephanie: you're right other people, who knows. >> thank you, thank you very much. >> stephanie: lots more to get to with judy gold, comedic extraordinaire as we continue on the show. >> announcer: the following program is closed captioned for the thinking impaired. >> it's "the stephanie miller show"." [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> (laughter). >> she gets the comedians laughing. >> that's the best! >> that's hilarious. >> ... and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there is wiggle room in the ten commandments is what
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you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> ya, i consider you jew-talian. >> okay, whatever you want. >> who plays kafka? >> who saw kafka? >> who ever saw kafka? >> (laughter). >> asking the tough questions. >> chris brown, i mean you wouldn't let one of your daughters go out with him. >> absolutely not. >> you would rather deal with ahmadinejad then me? >> absolutely! >> (singing) >> i take lipitor, thats it. >> are you improving your lips? >> (laughter). >> when she's talking, you never know where the conversation is going to go. >> it looks like anthony wiener is throwing his hat in the ring. >> his what in the ring? >> his hat. >> always outspoken, joy behar. >> and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? >> only on current tv.
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(vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, this show is about analyzing criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. staying in tough with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room tonight at 6 eastern [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. >> the most perfect woman ever created like a young bo derek. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show," comedian judy gold, you can see her in l.a. in the judy show which is fabulous. and i'm going to see. >> thank you, and after you see it then you'll really know how fabulous it is. what about you two you're not coming? >> sure. >> o oh, wow. >> yeah, i'll be there. i would love to go, yeah. >> stephanie: toll-free from anywhere 1-800-steph-12. jim writes, over head oxygen masks are just there to muffle the screams, thank you jim.
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>> very true. >> stephanie: donna on the george zimmerman trial. you're on, good morning. >> caller: i want you to know that i've been watching it very carefully. they explained the reason why they couldn't be more adamant to mr. zimmerman to stay in his car is because of the stand your ground. had they ordered him to stay, and anything would have happened to him then the state would have been liable. >> wow. >> stephanie: oh interesting. >> could i be your official retired paralegal on "the stephanie miller show." >> stephanie: yes, please, thank you so much. let'slet'slet's go to garrick in los angeles. us your security guard and your i want to put my foot in here. maybe zimmerman they should have said
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are you following him? zimmerman would have said no. sit your ass down. you don't need to be curious george. you want to play gatekeeper. you meet us at the front gate, and don't forget to sit your ass down. >> that's a great accent, fantastic. >> stephanie: i mean, there was a cop who called in earlier who said i wouldn't have followed him. i would have waited for back up. we were talking about the kids and the gadgets. >> yes, the gadgets. that's how you know if you're old and crotchety. >> stephanie: so he's hugging me. >> ben is 11. he's going to be 12 in august. so i should say 12. >> 11.5. >> he's 5'8" and has 12.5 size
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men shoe. he loves me. the other one can't stand me. he's hugging me and i hear click, click, click behind me. he's texting while he's hugging me. i'm like, really? you can't even just a moment? >> stephanie: that's the moment i knew i was old when i saw a group of teenagers texting. they're all texting each other and they're right there. we've lost the art. >> it's beyond. i ask people in the audience when i'm doing stand up, have you ever taken a walk without your phone? no. it is--i really think it's bad. >> but you know what the kids learn the art of brevity. they keep their points succinct and short. >> and they don't know how to spell. >> and they don't know how to write an essay. >> u r. no, it's y-o-u. if they don't write correct i'm not answering.
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if you walk the streets of manhattan everybody is looking down. they're walking very slowly. just move, like you could get to where you're going faster. >> they're standing in the middle of the streets with cars bearing down with them. >> stephanie: i'm going to be late because i'm texting-- [ screaming ] >> i'm crossing the--street! >> running into manholes. >> stephanie: your oldest is 16? >> he's 16, he is going to be 17. you went to prom. you can't say the prom. he went to prom. wasn't it the prom? i didn't even go to the prom. he went to prom. his girlfriend is older than him, and she's going to william and mary, so you know, he's going to be a senior. who knows. apparently they had a good time at the prom--at prom. >> stephanie: i heard a gay guy who did not get to go to prom
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when he was in high school. he created a prom when he was an adult. he could actually have a prom. >> and? >> stephanie: it was fabulous, i'm told. >> isn't that just like a party where you get dressed up? >> stephanie: right. >> pretty much. >> stephanie: i don't know if he went for the powder blue tuxedo. >> who is we? >> did you go to tux. >> oh, you went. >> stephanie: i wore a horrible personperm. >> i permed my hair. i have curly hair, and i permed my hair. when you go to the hairdresser and you say i want a perm. shouldn't they say your hair is curly already. >> stephanie: i went japanese straighter now.
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here's my point. >> i did the same thing. curly hair and my mom gave me a home perm, also i did an orange spray tan. >> that's an attractive look. linc from "mod squad." my boyfriend came to the door, wow, it's big. >> blah-blah-blah, good night folks. you just made a--bleep-- >> stephanie: is that hard when the kids start dating? i'm a childless loser, as you know. >> yeah, you know, it's hard period. they get to an age where they eight you. you're the worst mother in the world. i hate you. you're not fun. it's great when your kids are like you're not funny. why can't you get a regular job like everybody else. >> that's so cute and supportive. >> i know. yet the friends always want to come to my house.
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they're like, your mom's really funny. and they're like, na-na-na. i think they like me under neither all of their you're annoying. >> stephanie: where could they have gotten that kind of wise ass-ness, i wonder. >> it's a fake negative. it's good, you know why? in my whole parenting technique they can be abussive and nasty and mean, but they don't get in trouble if it's funny. if they get a laugh n.s.a. you're raising little don rickels. >> we laugh all the time. it's bad. >> stephanie: here is another story that tells me why i'm old. do you know what torquing is? >> yes. >> stephanie: probably because you have kids. >> that's when you bend over and move your butt up and down or side to side. it's a dance move. >> stephanie: oh right right. jay-z is blasting myiy cyrus'
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torquing obsession. the rapper has hit out at the 20-year-old singer which is described as an energic dance move made popular by nikki managenickiminaj. >> and she invented it. no one ever did it before she did. >> it's moving your butt up and down like that, like flapping. >> we're on radio. >> stephanie: it sounds like a seizure in some way. >> yes, a butt seizure. >> stephanie: she represents the old word's worse nightmare. >> my bullet goes up and down like that when i just walk. >> stephanie: maybe you invented torquing. >> i think she owes you a fee. >> she owes me a few squats and lunges. >> and you'll be going to the
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chiropractor. >> yes you're torqued. >> here is another thing. the thing in the "the new york times" about tattoos. there is a new book about women and tattoos. there was an elderly woman and her whole arm, you know how they do the whole--whatever its called. a lot of these people--it's not going to look good. do they understand that once they start sagging you know, it will all run together. this california raisin. >> right. it's weird not to have a tattoo now. >> stephanie: yeah yeah, i remember my ex-had--she grew up in israel. >> i love the israelis. >> she went and got a tattoo. she wanted a fleur r de test
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lise? i'm sure it says something like jews die. >> what are you doing to yourself. >> stephanie: judy gold in the role of the irate israeli parent. >> i can't believe what you do to this family. i miss having you in the family. >> stephanie: 45 minutes after the hour. back for the remaining moments of the "judy show" right here on "the stephanie miller show"." >> it even vibrates like real. >> it's "the stephanie miller show."
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> this sequential is repeated several times. >> stephanie: all right perfect. 49 mention after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the toll-free from anywhere. judy gold, the comedic comedic comedic extraordinaire who evan is listening to. >> i' had facebook alerts that they are live to go steph. you have a lot of fans. >> stephanie: i love you back, and we've been serenading you with love songs all morning.
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[ gilligan'smorning. [ "gilligan's island" theme song ] >> you know, they created the "brady bunch" because wanted to put a blended family on family. he created that so people from different backgrounds. people think it's just fluff. >> stephanie: there was a point exactly. >> yes, he had-- >> stephanie: right. >> and mrs. brady was the first divorced character on television ♪television. [ oh, my god ] >> a divorced woman and how dare she move on. >> and they had a dead-beat dad because you know.
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>> stephanie: whisper--never mentioned that he was gay. >> and all you listeners you know, buy tickets. >> stephanie: it is described as a hilarious life story through the sitcoms that we all new and loved. >> that would be true. and you all would enjoy it. >> and making an appearance? >> stephanie: did you see that after marriage equality. my uncle is a gay warlock? >> that's hilarious. i love it. >> stephanie: okay, by the way speaking of america. [ world news music ] as we all know straight marriages are perfect. woman hires hit man to kill husband because it's easier than divorce. >> well, you're going to see a lawyer either way. >> stephanie: yes, true. and a video secretly recorded by michigan state police. a woman and her husband were getting along well enough, but she wanted to get away and
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putting a hit on him was easier than divorcing him. i wouldn't have to worry about the judgment of my family, all that stuff. >> what a quality person. that's great. >> stephanie: that's sweet she didn't want to break his heart. >> the bullets sure, you don't want to hurt him. >> stephanie: okay. >> and gays can't get married. bachelor and bachelorette and all that, the sanctity of marriage. >> stephanie: yes, not to be in a feminist frenzy but just another example. guys are gross. covered man peeping on women inside a toilet. >> how do you get inside a toilet? >> stephanie: it's just gross, i'm saying. >> he's apparently very tiny. >> yes the tidy bowl man. >> stephanie: isn't that
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disgusting. >> women don't do this stuff. >> stephanie: exactly. >> was it a port-a-potty. >> stephanie: the keystone fire department were called to the white water park in oklahoma to help extract a man who was found peeping on women from a septic tank. >> oh, that is really-- >> oooh. >> he was caught after a woman and her seven-year-old woman spotted him peering from up the toilet. >> oh, my god, that kid is going to be completely screwed up. she's never going to go to the bathroom. mommy, i have to pee. go-- >> no, i can't. i'll never go to a public bathroom again. >> she's going to learn to pee standing up. >> stephanie: i thought i had shy pee syndrome. i always think in public toilet something is going to bite my ass. firefighters had to hose him down. he was covered in-- >> oh, oh god i'm going to
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throw up. [ farting sounds ] >> stephanie: he told deputies his girlfriend struck him with a tire arm and dumped him in while he was unconscious although they could not corporate rate corroborate his alibi. >> i have friends who are gorgeous and don't have boyfriends and he's he's got a girlfriend, and he's lying in a pile of crap and poop. >> stephanie: how about this headline. a man in jail because gambling addiction,. >> what did she like to play? >> stephanie: going to jail for stealing $30,000 from new york parishes to feed her gambling
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addiction. she pilfered money to play in grubby casinos in western new york. >> i love buffalo. i love restaurants, they have really good rice pudding and of course the buffalo chicken wings are really awesome. >> stephanie: cornelia in chicago, you're on with judy. >> caller: oh, my god, this is the first time i've gotten through in years. i adore you guys, but i'm calling to tell chris i'm totally in love with him. he's been sitting there all these years working so hard, and i hardly noticed him and he has this gorgeous--he has these gorgeous colors of these shirts. he's doing something with his hair. >> stephanie: he is fashion forward. >> i don't know what's gotten into him, but i love it. >> stephanie: oh my goodness.
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tree keep barking. barking dog meet wrong tree. >> what color is that? >> some kind of fabulous yellow. >> stephanie: look at those muscles. >> stephanie: is that yellow brick road. >> sure, i don't know. >> stephanie: judy. >> yes? >> judy garland. friends of judy understand what i mean. >> dorothy. get the phrase right. >> judy played dorothy. i apologize. >> stephanie: look what they've done to me. they make me get my references wrong. >> what the homosexuals have done to me. >> stephanie: john travolta said playing a woman comes natural. >> speaking of. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: that was a completely unrelated story. >> right sure. >> stephanie: john travolta said playing a woman came naturally to him.
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he has always been inspired by erotic screen sirens. he had no trouble mastering the effeminate walk. >> wow i bet needs an images. did you see the dustin hoffman before? interview? it was awesome. >> stephanie: it was touching. >> he really was emotional. >> stephanie: talking about how when they couldn't make him more attractive woman it made him realize how many great women he missed because they didn't come to his standards. right. there is no reason for us to keep talking because lady gaga has shut down her twitter account. the end of civilization is next. >> why? >> stephanie: i don't know. >> can some of them come to me. isn't twitter like high school? oh my gosh, she has more than i do.
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>> stephanie: we're givers. come to us, lady gaga twitter followers. we will shelter you. >> where? >> judy gold, because i'm jewish please follow, follow, follow. >> i'm @radio guy chris. >> you need to have a cult. >> stephanie: you know who you need to follow is judy gold. do it. how do you get tickets. >> i guess go online the box office or just go there. >> stephanie: we'll put a link up. >> it's already up. >> stephanie: we love you, judy. >> i love you guys, thank you for having me. >> stephanie: thank you for being had. we'll see you tomorrow on "the stephanie miller show."
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>> i'm jacki schechner. it's noon eastern, and here's what is current. president obama met this morning with senators john mccain and chuck schumer to talk about immigration reform because the two were part of the gang of eight that crafted the legislation that passed the senate last week.
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however, it's now in the hands of house republicans who are refusing to move the issue forward. they decided they would rather work on small piecemeal bills rather than comprehensive solutions. they are disproportionately fixated on border control. here is michele bachmann proving once again they just can't seem to get over that fence.